The hard work and success of apprentices across Buckinghamshire was celebrated at a County Council reception on Friday 20 March.
Anyone with an interest in computing history can join a new club at The National Museum of Computing to develop their passion and support the ongoing development of one of the great computing museums of the world.
Aylesbury College, the largest provider of apprenticeships in the County, has awarded Joseph (Joe) Murray, age 17, from Stoke Mandeville, ‘Apprentice of the Year 2014’.
Schools in Buckinghamshire are being urged to do as much as possible to encourage young adults to explore the option of taking up an apprenticeship.
Buckinghamshire University Technical College (UTC) students were hugely proud to see the fantastic new gym facilities that they designed in their building officially opened by Bev Flanagan, Principal, of Bucks UTC.
Children, parents and teachers at Haydon Abbey School in Aylesbury have celebrated the opening of their new pre-school today (Thursday, March 5).
Do you want to set yourself up in business but don’t know how to go about it?
Every school in Buckinghamshire should appoint cyber safety champions to prevent children from becoming victims of sexual exploitation or online bullying.
Aylesbury College Sixth form student Loretta Vasco, age 18, is absolutely delighted to have been taken on a six month work placement at local radio station Mix96, through their Mix96 Academy.
Sixth formers at a Buckinghamshire school are teaching younger students about the dangers of the internet thanks to a ground-breaking partnership with the County Council.